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Aviation Trade Mission to China A Success. U.S. Delegation led by training leader Pan Am November 29, 2012

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Miami Nov. 27, 2012 — The U.S. Department of Commerce declared their recent Aviation Trade Mission with the Civil Aviation Authority of China (CAAC), held the first two weeks of November, to be “successful on all fronts.” The group met in five major Chinese cities including Shanghai, Guangzhou, Zhuhai, Beijing, and Hong Kong.
 
U.S. delegation members, including Pan Am International Flight Academy, a world leader in aviation training, held prescreened one-on-one meetings and networking sessions with Chinese partners and key aviation decision-makers from the Chinese government and industry with a common goal to promote business between U.S. commercial aviation and Chinese airlines and manufacturers struggling to keep pace with China’s rapid growth. China is the world’s fastest growing civil aviation sector and is expected to add 5,000 new aircraft valued at $600 billion over the next 20 years.

Pan Am and the US-Aviation Trade Mission with the Chinese CAAC

Pan Am and the US-Aviation Trade Mission with the Chinese CAAC

The Chinese delegation consisted of the Civil Aviation Authority of China (CAAC); Air China, China’s largest private airline; China Eastern Airlines; China Southern Airlines; OK Airlines; Aviation Industry Corporation of China, a state-owned aerospace and defense company employing over a half million people; COMAC, a Chinese aircraft manufacturer; and maintenance and repair companies AMECO and GAMECO.
 
China’s commercial aviation opportunities exist in multiple sectors, including tier one suppliers, niche‐parts manufacturing, airport design/construction, pilot and mechanic training and general aviation.
 
Gregory Darrow, Senior Director of Sales and Marketing of Pan Am International Flight Academy expressed his satisfaction with the trade mission and his company’s participation this way: “We’ve been in this business a long time and been involved in a lot of global business, starting with Pan Am’s contributions in bringing international travel to the world in the early days…but to be asked by the U.S. Department of Commerce to represent the best in American aviation training and safety procedures was a real honor. This opportunity, has in effect, solidified our relationship with many of the key decision-makers and airlines there. We see China as a tremendous opportunity for us and we were thrilled to have participated.”

Pan Am Presenting to the Director of the Civil-Aviation Authority of China

Pan Am Presenting to the Director of the Civil-Aviation Authority of China

 A scheduled stop during the 12-day mission included the China Air Show in Zhuhai China, endorsed by the Chinese central government, with 600 companies from 35 countries worldwide and more than 100,000 visitors. Delegates were honored to attend a special reception held at the show for the trade mission by US Ambassador to China, Gary Locke and U.S. Minister for Commercial Affairs to China, Mr. William Zarit.
 
Pan Am, one of only ten U.S. companies invited to participate, has the largest, most diverse fleet of full-motion jet simulators in the world, including the B737-300, B737NG, B747-400, B767-300, B777, and A320 for immediate training in Asia. They specialize in Type Rating Training for most international civil authorities, Airline Crew Training, Cabin Crew and Safety Training, Dispatcher Training, Aircraft Maintenance Training, ATC Training, and Aviation English Training.
 
The next scheduled cooperative aviation trade mission between the two countries is expected to be held sometime during the next year.
 
To learn more about the U.S. Commercial Service Trade Mission to China, visit:

http://export.gov/china/news/eg_cn_051850.asp

For information on Pan Am Academy, visit: http://www.PanAmAcademy.com
 
Contact:       Gregory Darrow
Office:          303-394-2118
E-mail:        Gdarrow@PanAmAcademy.com

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Pan Am and the US Aviation Trade Mission with the Chinese CAAC November 15, 2012

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Pan Am International Flight Academy Participating in Singapore APATS 2012 August 8, 2012

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Aug 6 2012, MIAMI —  Pan Am International Flight Academy will again participate in the annual Asia Pacific Airline Training Symposium 2012 (APATS 2012) being held August 28-29 in Singapore.

Mr. Gregory Darrow, Pan Am's Senior Director of Sales will be on hand to discuss Pan Am’s exciting new training center partnership with Panda Training Center and All Nippon Airways Training Center.  Pan Am is now able to offer simulator training and type ratings in Tokyo on the Boeing 737-NG, Boeing 737-300, Boeing 747-400, Boeing 767, Boeing 777 and Airbus-320.

Pan Am has continued its 2012 expansion plans by growing their service capability in the region through strategic partnerships, adding locations, and providing flexible training solutions.  We offer more type ratings on more aircraft types than any other training company including Airbus, Boeing, MacDonnell Douglas, Embraer, Bombardier, Saab, and Cessna with Certifications for FAA, EASA and ICAO Civil Aviation Authorities, Recurrent Training, Crew Training, Aircraft Delivery and Flight Test, Safety & Emergency, Aircraft Dispatcher, Flight Attendant Training and ATC Courses.

The company can be found at booth 32 within the exhibit hall.

As the only surviving division of Pan American Airways, Pan Am International Flight Academy is one of the world's most experienced aviation training companies and traces its instruction heritage to the earliest days of airline flight training. Visit www.PanAmAcademy.com for additional information.

Contact:  Gregory Darrow
Office:      303-394-2118
E-mail:   Gdarrow@PanAmAcademy.com
 

Picking the A320 Type Rating Scholarship winner At Pan Am Academy March 8, 2012

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Pilot Job Applicants Listen to a Chinese Airlines Presentation Regarding its A320 fleet openings at the Pan Am Academy China Job Fair March 4, 2012

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Congratulations to Type Rating Scholarship Winners March 2, 2012

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Pan Am would like to congratulate the winners of the Pan Am Type Rating Scholarships from the Wasinc International All China Job Fair:
 
Feb 23rd – Miami – Boeing 737 Winner – Tom Wlodzimierz
Feb 24th – Miami – Airbus A320 Winner – Gail Cully
Feb 26th – Las Vegas – Boeing 737 Winner – Pin Hao Lin

Congratuations to all!

Our Capt. Greg Darrow with Experience Pros Radio TV Hosts Angel & Eric February 15, 2012

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Secret Santa at Pan Am Academy with Vito Cutrone & Greg Darrow December 18, 2011

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ANA to establish “panda Flight Academy” in Cooperation with Pan Am Academy December 2, 2011

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TOKYO December 1, 2011 – ANA Group, Japan’s largest airline group, today announced it established panda Flight Academy to train licensed and employed pilots for changing the license of aircraft and for promotion, necessary for future expansions, including the Low Cost Carrier ventures.

The company will provide pilots with the training using the simulators in order to assist them shifting the license to A320 for civil aviation businesses.
The new panda Flight Academy will be set up with 75 million yen as the initial capital. The Academy will have both B737NG and A320 plane simulators and is expected to be operational by May next year.

The ownership is split between ANA and ANA Trading Co. Ltd (51% and 49% respectively). Katsumi Nakamura, ANA Executive Vice President of Flight Operations, will be assigned as the CEO of the company.

The academy will be built upon ANA’s established experience as a provider of high-quality training with the cooperation of Pan Am International Flight Academy, the leading pilot training company in the United States.

The new company will be located at Higashi-kojiya, Ota-ku, Tokyo, and will be equipped with the two simulator bays and 11 classrooms.

Contact: Ryosei Nomura and Megumi Tezuka, ANA Public Relations TEL +81-3-6735-1111
 

Pan Am and Senior Director of Sales Greg Darrow Sightseeing Around Europe during the European Airline Training Symposium (EATS) in Prague November 15, 2011

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